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Prince Edward Island is losing ground to climate change: http://cangeomag.ca/IEN3308cAei
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Good news: You can now order our #Canada150 special issue collaboration with The Walrus online! cangeo.ca/canada150
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.Fraser Los on The Great Trail, a nation-building project to rival the railroad: https://www.canadiangeographic.ca/article/great-trail-nears-completion-connecting-canadas-three-oceans
Think about nation-building projects in Canada, and one of your first thoughts is likely the transcontinental railway completed less than two decades after the country was born — a monumental effort that connected growing communities and industries across the nation.When Canada turned 125, another ambitious project sought to further knit the country together. This time, a trail that would link our three oceans and celebrate the historic waterways...
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11 historic photos that show Banff National Park has always been a tourism hotspot: http://ow.ly/tFow3083GL1
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This week we learned that even the High Arctic isn't immune to earthquakes: http://ow.ly/nzjs307YXlY
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Land-use disputes south of the border threaten long-term survival of Canada lynx: http://cangeomag.ca/LXnO308cxdK
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A new study out of the Université de Montréal finds humans occupied the Yukon's Bluefish Caves 24,000 years ago: https://www.canadiangeographic.ca/article/humans-inhabited-north-america-10000-years-earlier-previously-thought
When the Yukon’s remote Bluefish Caves, located in the Beringia corridor where humans migrated across the previously ice-covered Bering Strait from Asia to North America, were excavated in the 1980s, anthropologists uncovered a mammoth bone with what appeared to be butchering marks — the oldest archeological evidence of human settlement in Canada.
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New IDRC | CRDI blog! Maternal health enters the information age in Peru: http://ow.ly/g7Af3085g8s
How the Wawared project is using technology to collect and share health data that will improve the lives of women and, perhaps eventually, everyone in the nation
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Our #Canada150 collab with The Walrus hits newsstands today, featuring work from some of Canada's best writers!
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Researchers pinpoint monarch butterfly birthplaces, info that could help conserve endangered insect: http://ow.ly/IVp83083DNr
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For more than 80 years, Canadian Geographic magazine has brought stories about Canada to Canadians and the world. We're dedicated to uncovering and communicating the stories about Canadian people, places, frontiers and issues (past and present) that Canadian magazine readers want. Owned by The Royal Canadian Geographical Society, Canadian Geographic magazine is more than a geography publication, each issue of Canadian Geographic is a voyage of discovery and exploration that features the latest science, environment, travel and human and cultural stories from across Canada. The writing comes to visual life through stunning photography and elegant art direction.